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Members are advised that the second meeting was held with QUBE in relation to the Enterprise Agreement.
The RTBU negotiating team sat down on Tuesday to further discuss the log of claims that was created as a result of a survey conducted by the RTBU, and further developed wording to support the claims (including the drafting of clauses to be inserted into the Agreement based on the issues raised by QUBE members).
On Wednesday, the RTBU negotiating committee sat down with the company and explained in detail each claim, and received further information from QUBE in relation to what they are seeking as a part of these negotiations. Whilst no decisions were made, it was a good starting point for the purpose of progressing negotiations and members will be updated as to the progress of negotiations as they continue.
A bulletin will also be distributed early next week with additional detail concerning each claim, so that members are up-to-date on negotiations and the position of the parties. Depot meetings will be organised for the coming few weeks, so that members can attend and discuss the log of claims and negotiations with the RTBU and ask any questions that they may have.
In the interim, if you have concerns regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact your local RTBU delegate or the RTBU office on (02) 9264 3400.
This article first appeared on locoexpress.com.au
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